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Sentence count:61+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2020-09-12Updated:2020-09-12
Meaning: n. a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland. 
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1. The U.K. consists of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
2. France and U.K. were cosignatories of the agreement.
3. I do not regard the constitution of the U.K. as set in concrete.
4. Many U.K. companies maintain large customer databases.
5. In the U.K. the concentration on manufacturing in the nineteenth century was balanced by the importing of food.
6. Encouraged by friendlier tax treatment, U.K. sales could double between now and 1997.
7. This shows a recovery in the U.K. share as compared with 1990/91, when the figures were: U.S. 38.6%.
8. In 1984 a similar study was completed in U.K. Quadrant 53 based on a non-exclusive seismic survey.
9. Although originally solely bilateral, the U.K. Conventions have some wider significance.
10. Return flight back to U.K. or optional extra day in Stockholm, for sightseeing or a visit to a local woodworking group.
11. At the last moment the U.K. managed to push through an optional exemption of archaeological goods such as coins.
12. Every gallon of diesel bought at a U.K. service station ensures that another £1.03 in duty flows into the Treasury's coffers.
13. Unlike the U.K., Ontario has the advantage of very distinct seasons.
14. So I do things for chaps from the U.K. Keep an eye on their properties.
15. And at least one school in the U.K., is following Tesco's lead, as the NY Times parenting blog discussed, and scolding parents for showing up at drop-off in their flannels and slippers.
16. In the U.K. capital, police barred protesters from entering Paternoster Square, home to the London Stock Exchange.
17. Users can call a U.K. or U.S. number for service, but the company plans to add more local call-in lines.
18. Canada, Mexico and the U.K. made up about 42 percent of the $41 billion worth of U.S. homes purchased by non-U.S. buyers in the period, according to NAR.
19. a meeting to promote trade between Taiwan and the U.K.
20. Fishing is said to be the most popular participatory sport in the U.K.
21. If the Claimant was unable to use his return ticket then the cost of returning to the U.K. would be covered.
22. The assets are actively managed and represent a wide spread of fixed interest stocks, U.K. and overseas equity shares and property.
23. This compares with the average of 16% in the U.K. as a whole.
24. Known as Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR), the approach seems to be beneficial and is recommended by the U.K.'s health advisory body NICE.
25. 'My husband said there's a quite popular business model in the U.K. called a co-op, ' Ms. Mao said, 'so we figured, why not try and work with other homemade food businesses?'
26. Starting today, Current Cost will allow its users in the U.S., the U.K., Australia and New Zealand to send data about their power consumption directly to Google PowerMeter.
27. For example, the blow to domestic travel has been relatively soft while the fall-off in U.K. visitors to the Mediterranean has been significant.
28. "He tried touse my sexuality as a political weapon and that blew up in his face, " saysBradshaw[sentencedict .com], now the U.K.'s Minister of Culture.
29. Premier Oil Plc jumped 4.3 percent to 1, 876 pence after the Observer newspaper reported Korea National Oil Corp. may make a bid for U.K. oil producer.
30. Berkeley Group Holdings Plc climbed 4.5 percent after the U.K.'s second-biggest homebuilder by market value said first- half profit increased 21 percent as it sold more houses.
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